January 2014

IndieFilmFunding.com: Take Part in the Crowdfunding Process to Help Independent Film

Keep the title IndieFilmFunding.com in mind, because we’ll be launching very soon as a new place where indie film can hone in on financing. With crowdfunding becoming a very popular concept all around the web, we always wondered how independent films fared on sites like Kickstarter or Indiegogo. While we’ve seen a number of them become successful in the last several years, they have to compete with thousands of other projects that don’t relate to film.
Continue reading

Crowd Funding Can Validate A Film-Maker’s Vision

Trying to fund an independent film is not easy. One of the more effective ways to obtain funding is by using a tool called crowd funding. Many independent film producers obtain funds from the internet using crowd funding. This is a way for people all over the world to contribute to a project. Many independent film projects have been produced using this funding method.
According to an article in Forbes Magazine, “Being successful in crowdfunding…comes with a lot of effort and dedication…(it)involves a platform, an individual or entity in need of funding, and a community of people willing to collectively contribute these funds in exchange for rewards and recognition.”
Continue reading

What Crowd Funding Can Do For You Beyond Providing Money for Your Indie Film

Crowd funding continues to be a concept that grows exponentially online to help creative endeavors like independent films become reality rather than stay as pipe dreams. But most people place emphasis on the funding side of the term rather than the benefits lurking behind the words. While money is certainly the backbone of how an indie film gets produced, you’re going to see many other benefits when joining the crowd funding process. Many of them are related to the “crowd” side and the advantages of connecting with people.
Continue reading

Are You A Storyteller? Sharing Your Vision Is Possible with Crowd Funding!

Are you a Storyteller? If so, you probably know by now that it is harder to tell your stories than you might have ever imagined. Unless you are one of the lucky ones who has enough money jingling around in their pocket to not have to worry about holding a steady job to keep food on the table or electricity running through the house. Your work is done in the shadows, during breaks, in the small-hours when everyone else at home is asleep. Your work can be lonely, misunderstood, and unrewarded. So why do you do it?
Continue reading